New Delhi, June 13 : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said the Bombay High Court’s ruling in the ‘Udta Punjab’ case was a “tight slap” on the Modi government’s intolerance. (Read: Kerala film makers welcome court ruling on Udta Punjab) Also Read - As Air Quality Remains Poor in Delhi, Here’s How Kejriwal Govt is Fighting Pollution
“Udta punjab judgment is a tight slap on Modi regime’s intolerance,” Kejriwal tweeted. Also Read - Delhi Odd-even Scheme: It Will be Our 'Last Weapon' to Fight Air Pollution, Says Kejriwal Govt
The Bombay High Court on Monday overruled the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) recommended 13 cuts for upcoming Bollywood film ‘Udta Punjab’ and cleared the film for release with only one cut and three disclaimers. Also Read - 'Why Are Cut-Offs So High in Delhi', Asks Kejriwal, Seeks Amendment in DU Act For Establishing New Colleges
The film’s co-producer Anurag Kashyap welcomed the court ruling and said “our stand has been vindicated on the issue”.
A division bench comprising Justice S.C. Dharmadhikari and Justice Shalini Phansalkar-Joshi directed the CBFC to issue an ‘A’ Certificate to the film scheduled for release on Friday.